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Glacier Fall Amber Extract Kit
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Glacier Fall Amber Extract Kit

Item #: BKA013
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Rated 4.0 out of 5, based on 1 review
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A rich complexly malty amber ale with a floral bouquet of hops, makes for one well-rounded ale.

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Glacier Fall Amber Extract Kit

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Rich, complex caramel flavors from a combination of 20L, 60L and Special B crystal malt paired with the maltiness of munich. Carapils adds body and wheat adds head retention. Three additions of Glacier hops and Cascade at flameout.

Kit Details

Complete instructions are included with the beer kit. Our instructions include target gravity levels, hop addition times, suggested and required equipment lists, and all the important brewing steps! If you need any help, you can just call us!

All of our extract kits come with malt extract, hops, specialty grains (pre-crushed), grain bag, instructions, and yield 5 gallons of delicious homebrew. Yeast is not included but we've provided a selection of recommended yeast (liquid and dry) that you can add to your order in the drop downs above. Clarifying agents (i.e. Irish moss) and priming sugar can be purchased separately.

Kit Yield: 5 Gallons
Alcohol by Volume (ABV): 3.4 - 4.1%
Intl. Bittering Units (IBUs): 36 - 45
Standard Ref. Method (SRM - Color): 14 - 16
Original Gravity: 1.036 - 1.040
Final Gravity: 1.008 - 1.011
Yeast Starter Suggested? No
Beer Kit Instructions: Click Here »


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Glacier Fall Amber
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My buddy and I brewed this kit a few months ago. We were incredibly pleased with the results. Friends that tried it also thought it came out clean, clear, and refreshing. The only part of the directions that we changed was the fermentation time. We let it sit in the fermenter for 14 days instead of the 9 or 10 that was directed.
Sep 7, 2014  |  By P Pifer